Student Union opens ‘hasbara’ room in effort to fill public diplomacy vacuum.
About the Author: Lori Lowenthal Marcus is the US correspondent for The Jewish Press. She is a recovered lawyer who previously practiced First Amendment law and taught in Philadelphia-area graduate and law schools.
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Antisemitism is rampant now in Europe
Gaza’s Hamas rulers are battling the IDF — and now facing internal dissension as well, as families start protesting their ruined lives.
Half the population gone at any one time, but residents of Gaza Belt remain strong.
UNRWA has found a third set of rockets in a one of their schools. We’re sure they’re shocked.
A radar system might stop mortar attacks, but that doesn’t change the truism that “the best defense is a good offense.”
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This week Doug speaks with David S. Rose, entrepreneur, former angel investor, and founder of Gust.
The Givati Brigade has foiled another attempted infiltration via a tunnel into Israel, killing five terrorists who might have murdered hundreds of Israelis.
PLO officials say ‘all’ terror factions agree to a 72 cease fire, but rocket fire continues as usual.
Israeli’s are a religious people; even secular Jews believe that God is active in this world.
The lights are out again in Gaza, but it’s not clear who is responsible this time around. Does it matter?
There’s a battle going on for Jerusalem’s soul, and Cinema City proves you don’t need to compromise on Shabbat or Kashrut to be a success.
The beauty of a Jew is his relationship to other Jews and his involvement with Medinat Yisrael.
Global anti-Semitism is doing the ‘Gaza Strip’ and unveiling itself, no longer needing an excuse to hide.
Kerry’s performance panned by Israeli public, media, and even the PA. Why fury directed only at the Israeli government?
The UN Security Council wants a cease fire now. The focus is on the safety of Gaza civilians, but not Israel’s security.
Bibi’s cabinet unanimously rejected Kerry’s ceasefire proposal, but still considering 12-hour break.
Hip Hop musicians create a song and video to express how they feel about the current Arab/Israel war.
Senators wrote to Obama insisting any ceasefire ensures Israel will be free from Gazan terrorism.
Sen Ted Cruz wants the administration to give straight answers to questions about the FAA ban on Israel.
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